Week 19: Sick but Blessed

I write this blog late because I’ve been dealing with illness for a few weeks. Since True Health is my dharma, it has been quite a different experience than my “usual” illnesses. As a person missing a functioning immune system, I know all too well that every day is a gift. Every day spent not feeling sick is a gift as well. Actually, I found out I’m 10 years past my life expectancy – WOW! Looking through obituaries had me thinking, why am I still here?

Scroll V of Og’s book hit home for me ‘Why have I been allowed to live this extra day (or decade) when others, better than I, have departed? Is it that they have accomplished their purpose while mine is yet to be achieved?’ THAT’S IT! My purpose is yet to be achieved. How fabulous is it that at this stage of my life I get another chance. Honestly, before this course (and finding the business of my dreams..), I had no purpose. I was just trying to be a good person, stay alive and enjoy whatever I could.

Why else would I have been blessed with the gifts of extra time and a business I love other than God wanting me to find and achieve my purpose of helping others. Why else would this course have found its way to me?

Before MKE every illness sent me into a state of depression and fear thinking that this might the ‘one’; the illness that takes me out and sends me to hang out with all of my deceased loved ones. This time, I started to head down the dark road of despair, but the many tools we’ve learned have taught me to take a U-Turn and remember to be ‘whole, perfect, strong, powerful, loving, harmonious and happy.’ I can be what I WILL to be and I WILL be healthy, no…. I AM healthy and the first person cured of this disease.

I no longer fear death. I only fear dying with my song still in my heart.

Published by coachdiane27

I’m a work at home, self-employed, freedom fighter helping people find freedom from illness and financial freedom! I spent decades in a loving marriage but in a loveless career. That stressful loveless career affected so many aspects of my life including my health and marriage. The money was great but what good is money with no time to enjoy it? Finally, my husband said I’d rather be broke than have you sick or gone. That was April fool’s day 2003. I wanted to always remember the date that I stopped being a fool in corporate America and had the courage to pursue my dreams. We’ve never looked back. We downsized into a 700-foot dilapidated condo from a beautiful single home that we had built. But we were still happy. My husband worked overtime for years while I tried a multitude of network marketing businesses. Some were legit but the market was saturated, some were Ponzi schemes, some were ‘ground floor’ opportunities that never got off the ground. Eight businesses and 10 years later, we moved 600 miles from our friends and family to beautiful SC. We could afford to live there because the real estate was cheaper and the taxes $8000 cheaper a year. Even though we miss everyone, a big plus is that hubby loves golf and I love warm weather and beaches. I had given up on Network Marketing. In August of 2018 I had a phone call from a friend asking me try something that might help me with my health. I wasn’t interested in the business opportunity or even the product but when I found out there was a 30 day money back guarantee, I tried it because I had nothing to lose. That phone call was a gift from God because my health has improved dramatically, and I finally found the business of my dreams. I’m so grateful to be changing lives by improving people’s health and, if they choose to join me, their wealth. We just designed and built our dream home and I keep pinching myself every time I look around. It is never too late to pursue your dreams. As a junior senior citizen, I’m excited to be working on my next set of dreams and to help others pursue theirs too.

11 thoughts on “Week 19: Sick but Blessed

  1. Diane , I admire your courage and you are truly an inspiration . I see that you have a real connection to scroll 5 . Live each day as it’s your last and obviously you have no fear of death . I am amazed that you have lived 10 years past your time but as you stated , you have more to give to the world ,

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words. I also want to apologize to you that I haven’t read yours or anyone blogs in weeks. First I had a computer glitch where I would type comments and they would disappear, then I got sick. Anyway looking forward to catching up and reading your journey.

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      1. You seriously don’t need to apologize for anything . I appreciate it very much if you read my blog . It doesn’t matter when . There are so many great blogs to read of All of the MasterKey members !

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    1. Thanks so much Sue. I also want to apologize to you that I haven’t read yours or anyone blogs in weeks. First I had a computer glitch where I would type comments and they would disappear, then I got sick. Anyway looking forward to catching up and reading your journey.

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    1. Thank you Randy. Great point. I never thought about the poor folks who have no dreams or hopes. I also want to apologize to you that I haven’t read yours or anyone blogs in weeks. First I had a computer glitch where I would type comments and they would disappear, then I got sick. Anyway looking forward to catching up and reading your journey.

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